Are Liberal Journalists And Bloggers Trying To Have Sarah Palin Assassinated? In A Word, Yes.
From the moment John McCain unveiled her as his choice of running mate in 2008, Sarah Palin has become a hate-figure to vast swathes – and all evidence points to – a significant majority, of the Left. Her very existence inarguably sends liberals, from the tonier and sophisticated precincts where New York Times journalists congregate to the scatological feverswamps of the DailyKos, into paroxysms of | Read More »
I’m Disappointed With Sarah Palin’s Reaction To Letterman’s Attack On Her Daughter(s).
No. I haven’t suddenly become afflicted with Vichyism and become a “moderate.” I fully expect that, as David Letterman increasingly comes under fire, the Left’s pet Republicans, i.e. the Davids Frum and Brooks, Meghan McCain, Kathleen Parker and newly minted “moderate” Peggy Noonan would explode unto our screens to come squarely down on David Letterman’s side – chiding Palin for “overreacting” and warning her that | Read More »
The Campaign To Bankrupt The Palin Family
From just September till now, Sarah Palin has accumulated a personal dept of over $500,000 in legal fees defending herself against fake/false/frivolous ethics charges. That’s Five Hundred Thousand Dollars. A group of Alaska liberals, with the apparent cooperation of members of the Alaska Democratic Party have been filing ethics charge after ethics charge against Sarah Palin. The aim? Not to get her impeached and booted | Read More »
Err … Does Newswe[a]k Actually Think This Will *Hurt* Palin? (UPDATED)
Heh … If the McCain/Palin campaign is smart (still an open question as far as I’m concerned), Sarah Palin should be having a lot of fun with this over the following weeks – that is, if Newsweak doesn’t pull a switch (which is why I urge everyone to save themselves a copy). Please do take a look at Newsweak’s magazine’s October 13th edition’s cover. (H/T | Read More »
McCain Now Has To Follow Through …
So McCain has finally(!) seen the light on letting Obama and the Democrats off the hook for their enabling of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. I sincerely hope he fired whoever it was that told him it was a good idea to cower behind “Bipartisanship” and hope the issue goes away (sure does sound familiar, don’t it?). The only issue now is whether he would | Read More »
Palin’s Performance: Exceeded Expectations (By Quite A Bit) … But She Didn’t “Win”
I’m a tough grader. Palin did not win. But she certainly did not lose. I’ll be honest; I don’t believe Palin “mopped the floor” with Biden (who I actually think came off rather well) at all. What I do think is that she did good given that she was not as regularly opportuned with the last word as her opponent was. And personally I would | Read More »
The Obama Campaign/MSM are regaining their footing …
As a lot of people are beginning to notice, after the Palin pick sent the Obama Campaign and his cohorts in the media into spastic paroxysms of insanity and hatred, the two entities (to the extent that they’re actually two separate entities) seem to have re-established their previously smooth-running hand-in-hand relationship. Much as we don’t want to admit it, the Obama Campaign is clawing its | Read More »